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FINAL RESULTS: Clutch Scorer

View Poll Results: Who do you want on the trigger??
Wayne Gretzky 6 9.68%
Brett Hull 2 3.23%
Mario Lemieux 12 19.35%
Mike Bossy 11 17.74%
Guy Lafleur 10 16.13%
Glen Anderson 2 3.23%
Steve Yzerman 3 4.84%
Denis Savard 0 0%
Joe Sakic 10 16.13%
Phil Esposito 1 1.61%
Luc Robitaille 0 0%
Tim Kerr 1 1.61%
Claude Lemieux 3 4.84%
Peter Forsberg 0 0%
Jaromir Jagr 1 1.61%
Voters: 62. You may not vote on this poll

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11-28-2004, 11:32 PM
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I want to be the first Leafs fan to say it:

Mats Sundin was the leagues best clutch player last season.
Matt Cooke actuallly was.

I went with Mike Bossy.

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11-29-2004, 12:42 AM
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I want to be the first Leafs fan to say it:

Mats Sundin was the leagues best clutch player last season.

Now that it's out of my system...I don't honestly know who I'd decide I wanted taking the shot...it's tough to argue with any of those players.
I'll agree with the last part but Sundin couldn't tape Iginla's stick in that department in the last 3 years

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11-29-2004, 12:44 AM
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The Great One.

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11-29-2004, 01:48 AM
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Henri Richard was awesome in that department too, even way past his prime. He was certainly a very key part of a lot of his 11 Stanley Cups.

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11-29-2004, 02:09 AM
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Martin Gelinas.
How so? I think that a clutch player needs to be able to raise his game in a critical situation, not just pot a few goals in close games. I think of Claude Lemieux as a clutch player, because when push came to shove, he rose his game to another level, something Gelinas didn't do, no matter how many series winning goals he scored.

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11-29-2004, 09:11 AM
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Mario Lemieux, Joe Sakic...those 2 names pop up in my mind...then there's the lonely thought of Greg Adams and his overtime/gamewinning goal(s) magic in Vancouver.

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11-29-2004, 11:01 AM
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Talking of "clutch players" you really ommitted john madden,joe nueindyk(bad spelling)to think of a couple.The most famous clutch scorer of all-time (although
only for one tournament) was Paul Henderson.

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11-29-2004, 05:02 PM
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In the situation given - Mario Lemieux or Mike Bossy

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I waited too long to vote but I would have went with Gretz.

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12-02-2004, 07:40 PM
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Well, the ballots have all been counted and it seems there's plenty of faith in Super Mario when the games on the line. I was a bit suprised to see no love for a guy like Robitaille- shows the quality of the competition.

As always, your responses were intelligent and well thought out.

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